Design, a skill that’s needed now more than ever. With a plenty of emerging companies and brands, design is the primary element for a brand to stand out. Perfect designs are rare, but what’s even rarer is for these designs to keep their ‘look and feel’ through development till actual end-users get to interact with them.
Hello @jackwabbit, I normally wouldn’t have applied since I’ve only been introduced to WebFlow a couple of months ago through my internship (Where I turn Figma designs into Webflow projects, and occasionally edit some Figma files before exporting them), and I assumed it might make me look less credible, or inexperienced. However, I’ve been a full-stack web developer for more than 2 years and the main reason I got that internship is because I was able to transfer all that experience into Webflow, and as a result I was at the same level with experienced agency developers. I’ve also noticed how much that experience helped me when I was helping people in the forum, even developers with their own agencies hired me to help them with some Webflow issues they couldn’t resolve. That’s why I believe we would be a great fit. Specially since I’ve seen some of your work and I’d love to work with an agency that builds such websites, specially the landing page, it’s great!
When you develop websites for a couple of years, you start learning the most efficient ways to build a new website, creating your own style guide, picturing how the development should go when you look at the design, and prepare classes in advance that maintain consistency, compatibility, and responsiveness across the whole website. Not only my websites are responsive, but they also follow fluid, adaptive design, which saves so much time during both development and debugging.
Here’s the most recent website that I’ve built from scratch following our agency’s designer’s Figma design, and in coordination with the agency’s CEO. It’s for an emerging insurance company.
I can start working immediately. Let me know if you’re interested!